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October 27, 2018
Beautiful Convergence When it opened in 1930, Singapore’s Capitol Theatre was a glittering picture palace, the crown jewel of Southeast
February 16, 2018
Taking off from Barcelona, my plane crested a sea of clouds, thick and white like tundra. Here and there, the
November 21, 2017
Call Me By Your Name was hailed by many at January’s Sundance Film Festival as this edition’s best, and given
October 12, 2017
Give your film away for free, and you’ll make more money than you ever would selling it to distributors or
August 11, 2017
Sometimes a logline just calls your name. “A woman snaps under crushing life pressures and assumes the psyche of a
July 27, 2017
A diehard ski racer, Dave McCoy built the first of his portable rope tows on 11,053-foot Mammoth Mountain 80 years
May 16, 2017
As the third woman from MovieMaker to attend the Bentonville Film Festival (May 2-7, 2017) in so many years of
February 15, 2017
“People who don’t love animals don’t love people either.” So says a fishmonger in Istanbul in an early scene of
February 3, 2017
Our MovieMaker Minute series of videos are brief little nuggets of inspiration and advice from some of our favorite filmmakers.
February 1, 2017
Our MovieMaker Minute series of videos are brief little nuggets of inspiration and advice from some of our favorite filmmakers.
January 20, 2017
Climate activists, rejoice: new support systems for environmentalist filmmaking are sprouting up, and there’s one name behind the curtain—Redford. The
November 22, 2016
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A Criterion Collection release is
November 18, 2016
Hawaii, you could say, has a Hawaii problem. It’s a place, like Paris or New York City, that has become
September 12, 2016
Somewhere in the mountains of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, off Route 395 near Yosemite National Park, is the Mammoth Lakes
May 11, 2016
Terence Davies is hardly the most prolific of directors. In the 40 years since he began his cinematic career, he
April 14, 2016
Recently instated AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron made headlines this week at CinemaCon when he floated the idea of allowing
March 10, 2016
Few other cities in modern times defy easy narrative as Los Angeles does. Intoxicating and infuriating in equal measure, it
February 19, 2016
Few cities have had such a dramatic and tumultuous history as Berlin since the turn of the 20th century—the period
January 29, 2016
Jeff Vespa has been the Sundance Film Festival’s official photographer since 2003, a post that gives him the unusual privilege
January 27, 2016
Director’s Cut, Adam Rifkin and Penn Jillette’s warped comedy about obsession and moviemaking, opened the 22nd Slamdance Film Festival on
December 22, 2015
You want your film to look like it was dressed by Edith Head or Colleen Atwood, with eye-popping yet believable
December 2, 2015
Warm rain, big vine-laden trees, masses of clouds, dampness everywhere: Landing in Honolulu, on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, reminded
October 1, 2015
If you’ve seen Ben Mendelsohn onscreen, chances are you’ve been afraid of him. The Australian actor has played some of
September 4, 2015
It is a truth universally acknowledged that there aren’t any good tennis movies. But why? The sport contains elements that